• September 19, 2020
 Locomotive FC welcomes Defender Macauley King from Indy Eleven

Locomotive FC welcomes Defender Macauley King from Indy Eleven

Tuesday morning, El Paso Locomotive FC officials announce that the club has signed Defender Macauley “Macca” King from USL Championship side Indy Eleven, pending league and federation approval.

“We are always looking to improve the quality of our squad,” stated Head Coach and Technical Director, Mark Lowry.

“I believe to win a championship and to play at the level we aspire to play at every game, you need a squad that can handle the demands of a full season. Adding Macca gives us a player who fits into the character of our team and a player who has won games in the USL with Indy Eleven. He is familiar with what it takes. We are looking forward to getting him in and training with the team.”

King, 25, joins Locomotive FC from Eastern Conference side Indy Eleven where he made an immediate impact in his professional debut with the club. Through 2019, the Englishman made 22 appearances in league games, contributing one goal, three assists as well as 25 clearances and 14 interceptions to help lift his side to a spot in the Eastern Conference final.

Prior to his time with Indy, King was a standout at NCAA Division II power Young Harris College in Georgia.

King was selected to the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division II All-Southeast Region Team following both his Junior and Senior years, and was a three-time selection to the All-Peach Belt Conference First Team during his career.

The 25-year-old originally developed in the Academy system of Premier League club Leicester City FC, and additionally competed in USL League Two for Mississippi Brilla FC, the Charlotte Eagles and Sounders FC U-23.

During his time at Young Harris College, King earned his degree in Business and Public Policy

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